KUWAIT: As part of its contributions in developing the capabilities of human resources in government bodies, National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) is organizing a training program for the staff of Ports Security Affairs of the Ministry of Interior on the protocols of dealing with the public and customer service. The program is attended by 75 participants and comprises several sessions and workshops.
The program was launched in a reception ceremony in the presence of Assistant Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior for Ports Security Affairs, Major General Mansour M Al-Awadhi, and Emad Al-Ablani, General Manager of Group Human Resources at National Bank of Kuwait.
On this occasion, Ablani said: “At NBK, we are pleased with this partnership aiming to provide training for MOI Ports Security Affairs staff, as it reflects the trust placed in NBK as a leading bank with strong relationships with the local community.”
“NBK harnesses all its capabilities and takes it upon itself to develop human resources, as part of its partnerships with all institutions, especially government, and in line with the bank’s social and development commitments. In addition, the bank organizes various initiatives on annual basis, stemming from its belief in the effective impact of these programs in serving the society and its people, as well as reflecting the leading role it has been playing in this field for long decades.” he added.
Ablani pointed out that NBK’s partnerships with different government bodies stems from the bank’s unshakable belief in the importance of strengthening cooperation between the public and private sectors, noting that the bank is always seeking to consolidate and expand these partnerships with the aim of developing the Kuwaiti national cadres.
NBK’s training initiatives reflect its profound vision for investing in human resources. To this end, the bank engages a selection of their most reputable experts to share their expertise with these promising cadres. The bank aspires to aid in the development of human resources in Kuwait’s public institutions, as part of its partnerships with all institutions, especially the government, and in line with the bank’s social and development commitments.